This panel was co-organized by ICP faculty member Lesly Deschler Canossi and curator Zoraida Lopez. Canossi is a photographer, photo educator, and owner of Fiber Ink Studio, a pigment print and scanning studio in Beacon, New York. Her first book, Domestic Negotiations, was published in 2014. Lopez recently co-curated Women as Witness, an exhibition at TI Art Studios (Brooklyn, New York) about how women photograph community upheaval, and was the assistant curator of Picturing Black Girlhood, a photography exhibition at Columbia University/Raw Space presented in conjunction with Columbia University’s Black Girl Movement Conference. Her photographs documenting women in Colombia’s drug wars have been published in Of Note magazine, the World Policy Journal, and El Tiempo. A one-day seminar taught by Canossi and Lopez will take place on Saturday, November 5.